Wedding Wednesday – our wedding invitations for a fall wedding….


Hi guys,

finding the right (for me) invitation cards has been a longer process than I wanted it to be. I just thought I would go online and could find some I would love after searching. But I searched a long time and ordered a sample of 6 different styles. After that I wasn´t even quite sure. 
I wanted to find a place where I could get everything I needed in the same style which means invitations, rsvp cards, envelopes, menus and place cards. They should also have thank you cards for after the wedding. I found some I liked on

This was really harder than I thought and I have to say thank god I finally found some. Inivitatons shouldn´t be the last piece of a wedding to get done.

The style I ordered is called flower garland (Blumengirlande). I took the long cards in a mother-of-pearl shade and the burgundy color for the font. 

This was the invitation which came closest to my romantic fall wedding theme I wanted. And in the end I love how it turned out. With the shiny paper and the small flowers on top of the card.

The stamps on the cards are from the personalization service from the german mail service. I did not know that this was possible (found out about it in a coincidence) but the service is really great. Not only can you choose from different pictures for different ocassions you can also upload your own. In fact this service is pretty great and I am very happy that the german mail service is offering this too now.

Thanks for stopping by. And be sure to check back on Wednesday´s if you are interested into more wedding content.

Take care. See you. 

Getting ready for hosting a dinner party with Paperless Post invites….

^preparing for the dinner party – I like getting ready early to have enough time before the guests arrive^
^but the first step before decorating the table and planing the menu is to create the invitation card^
^ I went on the Paperlees Post site and chose the categorie parties&entertaining – dinner party to find the Lyford template I love^

^you can take the template like it is or you can choose a different font, size and color for your text^

^is is also possible to adjust a background design for your card^
^and you can choose the inlay for your envelope you like, also the font and color for the front of the envelope and you can put a stamp onto it as well – in fact you can change every single detail the way you want it^

^after your card is finished you just have to save the e-mail adresses to whom you want to send it and it is arriving within minutes at the people´s mail accounts you wanted to invite – it is pretty easy an every step is described so you can´t do anything wrong at all^

Hi guys,
one of the best things to get your friends and family together is hosting a dinner party. You can invite all your favorite people and have a nice, long and deep conversation over a delicious meal and a glass of rosé wine. 
What I love most is preparing upfront. I make decisions on which table scape to take and write down the menu. Usually I am serving an aperitif, a salad or soup upfront. One main course and a dessert. This is where I can get really creative and this is so much fun to me.
But the very first and most important step is to send out invitations. So for this post I teamed up with Paperless Post to share you all the possibilities and advantages of online invitations.
I picked one from the dinner party invitations section. It took me a long time to go through all the differnent templates and to decide which one to take cause there are so many pretty ones. I dediced to go with the Lyford template cause the green, white and gold completes the table scape so well. You can choose from the backdrop and the inside of your electronic envelope onto what kind of stamp you want.
This kind of invitation really is new to me. But I think it has so many advantages. No invitation can get lost, you can send them out straight away and they probably get in your guests inbox within five minutes. Even if you have forgotten someone – which can happen easily with lots of guests – your invitation can still arrive in time.
This really is a great way and it saves you a lot of time and money. You only have to pay for your cards cause you don´t need stamps and you don´t loose time on planing cause you don´t need to wait for your cards to get printed and you won´t stand in line at the post office.

Not to mention the cool animation when you open the card in your e-mail.
Thanks for stopping by.
Take care. See you.

A huge thanks to Paperless Post who sponsored today´s blog post. All thoughts and opinions are my own.